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blew themselves up. first, open fire. some of the people ended up running toward some of the bombers. there were 239 people injured and 109 of those people have been reallied from the hospital this morning. the governor's office said 37 of the victims killed have been identified as of right now. ten of them were foreign nationals. witnesses heard gun fire followed by explosions and saw people who were badly injured. no one has claimed responsibility for the attack so far, but investigators believe it was, in fact, isis. >> we want to go live to istanbul now. here's the very latest on this terror attack. >> reporter: the operations have resumed here at ataturk international airport. we're seeing flights slowly returning to this major transportation hub, one of the busiest airports in the world. we saw a cleanup operation under way. they were trying to restore a
sense of normalcy to this airport, but there's still more questions than answers at this point about tuesday's attack. what we do know from officials is that suicide bombers arrived at the airport by taxi. they were also carrying ak-47s. that's why turkish officials say we were looking at a high number of casualties. 41 people killed and more than 250 others wounded. they say the attackers opened fire first and then they detonated their explosives there. 's still no claim of responsibility, but u.s. and turkish officials are pointing the finger at isis. while they haven't ruled out that this could have been carried out by other militant groups in turkey. they say this bears the hallmark of an attack that would have been carried out by isis. live in istanbul, back to you. >> and we have team coverage of the terror attack and what it
means to americans and how are officials here keeping us safe. >> live at sfo to explain how airports in the bay area are beefing up security in the wake of the attack. >> reporter: there are plenty of police officers at sfo. parking attendants. i have a media car, they came up to my car and thoroughly inspected it. they're used to this. the recent attack in belgium, police officers outside, inside. one thing they're doing is walking slower, driving slower just to show a presence. flights are still come and going from turkey into sfo. in fact, last night there was a flight that came in from istanbul into sfo around 6:00 last night. we do know there will be another flight arriving in about 12 hours from now. as far as the airport, it's business as usual, but the heightened security alert, obviously, in place.
the security checkpoints, they're being that much more thorough than on any other given day. we got a chance to talk to passengers this morning. they know full well what happened overseas. they're also flying domestic as well. here is what they have to say about trusting the system. >> possibly after the 9/11, i think they stepped up more security since it was a dramatic incident on us that they've taken extra precautions, especially now. i noticed going through security takes a lot longer than it used to. >> and that's exactly right. that's why they're telling people to get here approximately 90 minutes to two hours before your flight. the sooner the better. you can see there's a police officer off in the distance. they're parked right in front. they're walking around methodically. they're in no hurry to go anywhere with their badges and guns to show people we're here. we want to make you feel safe and obviously look out for any potential people out there
doing any harm to people flying out of sfo. thank you. >> stay with kron 4. we'll bring you updates throughout this morning on this news story. as you look for updates on air through 10:00 this morning and kron4.com for updates throughout the day. you can get push alerts with breaking news. right now we want to tell you what you need the know before you head out the door. >> no hot spots, but a lot of slow traffic at the bay bridge. >> waiting for the cooldown. >> steeped step. the thousand mile journey, whatever. the fog is socked in a little bit. it's thinning in spots as we progress a little bit. our temperatures now. we have 68. 59 for concord. most of the readings still holding in the upper 50s now. 50 in downtown san francisco and 59 for san jose. that compares to yesterday at this time. 9 degrees behind the livermore. off to a start. a couple degrees off and four
degrees behind san jose. there's the progress of the fog. you can see it build overnight for us. that's 7:00 a.m. still very much quiet active, it looks like, by 7:00 a.m. a little bit of improvement on that. it will mix out as the day progresses because it's pretty warm above us. 88 for the inland valleys. it'sage average. 68 for much of the bay. chilly at the coast at 66. we'll have your extended forecast into the holiday weekend. right now here is a check on traffic. >> let's check the drive into san francisco there. 's a lot of slow traffic. it's heavier than normal. someone ran out of gas at fifth street. that cleared but it added to the backup. it's at the foot of the maze and crawling across skyway. it's going to take 30 minutes from the maze to downtown san francisco. i'm still tracking the commute on the san mateo bridge and
more drive times for the east bay. i will have more traffic coming up in a few minutes. >> thanks a lot, robin. safety concerns in the east bay after two teenager girls were hit by a car in broad daylight in oakley. >> adrian harper is live at washington park with more on the story this morning. a lot of parents are concerned about this. avery? >> reporter: yeah, definitely. i'm here at washington park and and alameda. this is along a busy street. we're sitting on a curb. i've seen a lot of cars come through here quickly. you can see in the distance, there's a crosswalk. that was only put in after a child was hit. this is definitely something that's on the minds of people who are using this park. this is not an area like the one where one teen died and another was left in critical condition following a deadly crash in oakley. we have video from the scene. take a look at that.
the teenage girls, ages 15 and 17. they were walking in an area that had no sidewalks. that was at 2:45 in the afternoon. that's when they were struck by a woman driving a station wagon. her car ran off the road and was found 150 yards away in a field. police say she was driving erratically before the crash. now one of the teens was pronounced dead at the scene. she didn't have id on her. police were still looking to identify her at last check. the other teenager was airlifted to a hospital in oakland where she's being treated for serious injuries. the park sits on a curb. although the speed limit is only 25, we're seeing cars come here around here much faster than that. i talked to one woman named chily. she said she's in this area and walks a lot in this area. she said when she crosses the street, she has to be careful. >> yeah, over here to where they have -- where the shoreline meets west line. that's a hard place to cross,
definitely. especially parking too. it's dangerous. people just whip around the corner. >> i proceed with caution. i make my presence known before i get out there in the street. >> now the driver in the accident has been detained, but she has not been charged or arrested for anything, so they have not released her identity. they say they're still working to see if drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash. back to you in the studio. >> thanks a lot, avery. >> as a reminder for parents to talk to the kids about summer safety, james fletcher is joining us with tips. >> i just had this conversation with my wife. our daughter, 13 years old, wanted to ride her bike. there's a loop in our neighborhood. even at 13, i'm still reminding her, make sure you look both ways. >> i know, dad. i know. >> you just have to repeat these reminders for kids. look both ways and make sure you keep looking both ways until you're safely across on the other side. put all electronics away.
kids like to ride. >> what about walking while looking at their phone? that's like adults do it too. >> you can't hear the traffic when you do that. that's of course, awfulfully dangerous. if there's no sidewalks, one of the rules of thumb is walk where traffic is coming at you. at least you can see if they're veering a little too close, you can jump up out of the way. if you're coming up behind you, you have no idea until it's too late. that is another good safety tip. someone under 10, always walk with a parent. they do follow our example. i know a lot of times it's real tempting to say, let's cut across here when there's a crosswalk just down the way. >> we're walking going like this and not paying attention to phones. the kids are going to do that too. >> it's scary situation all the way around. i was talking to my wife while the daughter was out. the loop takes how long do you think? >> i'm thinking when do i have to start getting worried. >> you're a helicopter parent.
>> i feel like that sometimes, but you take a lot of trust and faith when you send them out there. >> there's a balance between letting them live and keeping them safe. two women and four children from the bay area were killed in a fiery crash. two bay area fathers had to watch as their wives and kids died in the wrecks. it happened early yesterday morning on interstate 5 in the community of gorman. a minivan hit a bmw. they were stopped on the right- hand shoulder for the minor accident. shortly after, a big rig slammed into the stopped minivan. that pushed the van down an embankment. the fathers were inside the fan when it was smashed into by the big rig. they were able to get out and tried to rescue their wives and children, but they weren't able to because of the intensity of the flames. the two men were airlifted to a hospital with moderate injuries. the big rig driver was not
injured. time now is 7:10. in the south bay, one man is injured after a shooting near the university and the shooter is still on the loose this morning. let's take a look at the scene. the bullets hit the van that you see there. this happened on a street outside the fraternity and sorority houses. it was 2:00 in the afternoon. no arrests have been made so far and police have not released a description of the shooter. witnesses say they did see an suv speed away from the scene. the shooting near the san jose state campus comes after another deadly shooting in san jose. we first broke the shooting on kron 4 news. a man was shot monday night on cape aston court. police have not made any arrests in that case either. >> survivors of sexual assault and bay area residents will rally outside the commission for judicial performance in san francisco today as they continue to call for the removal of judge aaron persky from the bench.
he's the judge that sentenced brock turner to six months in jail after a sexual assault conviction. at today's rally, sexual assault victims will share their stories and ultraviolet will present a petition with 200,000 signatures calling for the judge's removal. toyota is recalling millions of cars because of the issues with the airbags and the fuel tanks. nearly 1.5 million prius hybrids and lexus ct200h cars are being recalled because the airbags may be defective. the cars were made between 2008 and 2012. the airbag inflators may have a small crack that could cause the airbags to inflate unexpectedly and send a release and pieces flying. there are about 3 million other cars that are being recalled. and that's over a fuel tank issue. a mechanism in the fuel tank
could release evaporated fuel and could cause the fuel to leak when they fill up their tanks. the cars were made between 2006 and 2015. toyota has not received any reports of injuries or deaths related to either of these recalls. and still ahead, a police chase caught on camera. a police officer jumps out of a helicopter to catch a thief. we'll show you the video. and mark zuckerberg making his hawaiian neighborhoods angry. we'll have more on the wall and why they're so upset. >> the great wall of hawaii. after the break, we're following breaking news out of the east. bay bridge are searching for a group of armed robbers.
i thought you meant baking cookies. >> i was thrown off for a moment, okay. if you don't get relief sooner or later, here is the fog view. it's covering more than the peninsula. it's extending off into the east bay as well. let's watch what happens. by 11:00, here it comes again, rolling in from the coast,
reducing visibility levels below 5:00. you can see in some areas concord around 5:00, livermore around 2:00. this takes us to tomorrow morning. that's going to be the greatest exat the present time of the fog. it will repeat performance like it did today. indicating we're going to get a little bit of on shore flow. so we're getting better bit by bit. this fog clears quickly. it's scooted out to sea. this is the warmup that happens today. you get the reds blood red for the eastern sections of our viewing area by 6:45 p.m. tomorrow. there you can see the marine layer trying to fight back and get over the hills. it won't be until after night fall. we get it spilling into some of the valleys. but still today we'll call for the inland valleys. right now, 59 and 68 for antioch. east bayshoreline, upper 50s at that. san francisco at about 50. a little closer inspection.
maybe drizzle into the forecast as we get into the weekend. twin peaks, san francisco, 62. 62 pacifica with palo alto 79. jumping over to the east bay shoreline, 78 for hayward. danville 92 and 96 you can see for livermore. and again sunny skies with the coast being some drizzle developing. that may happen the morning hours into your holiday weekend as everybody is brought down to more civilized temperatures. we're closer to seasonality. monday we'll spike up, but tuesday, we're up to 86. shaking around the bay. right now, robin with your traffic detail. >> 92 west recovering from an earlier accident. it was pretty minor. before the toll plaza, only blocking one lane. it's gone. the backup spilled over to the freeway and that's jammed to 238. when you get to the bridge
here, the flat section, it's slow. 26 to 36 minutes minutes from 880 out to highway 101. a foggy ride headed out to san francisco. no problems on the bridge so far coming from the north bay. it is crowded south of 37 into san ra rafael. a look here at traffic approach approaching the toll plaza. that's your slow down. it picks up after that. the drive time, 13 minutes from the tolls out to 101. that's considered good. all right. let's check more drive times. it's under 30 minutes from 205 out to the dublin interchange. commuting out of the south bay, it's looking good so far. no major problems from 101.
breaking news from overnight. police are looking for a group of armed robbers who targeted a convenient store in the east bay. >> they're searching for three men specifically. they robbed a 7-11 in pleasant hill. happened at 1:30 in the morning on patterson drive. here is a map showing you where that is in pleasant hill. police say the three were wearing all black. they walked into the store. two of the men pulled out a fun and grabbed some cash, merchandise from the store and ran off. now police don't have a description of those robbers just yet. that's something we're waiting for. hopefully if that comes out here, we'll let you know. if they come out with that description, maybe suspect sketches during the day. don't forget to download our mobile app. maybe you can help solve this crime. guys? >> 7:19. on to decision 2016. a presumptive nominee hillary clinton is visiting san francisco today. she's going to hold a
fundraising luncheon in san francisco later this morning. it starts at 11:00. it will feature special guests, including actresses jamie lee curtis and planned parenthood president cecil richards. they have not said where it's going to be, but it's okay. you can't go. some tickets cost $27,000, depending on the access and how close you want to rub shoulders. this is the first time clinton has visited the bay area since he won 50% of the vote. a new poll out this morning says hillary clinton is leading donald trump in the overall race for the white house. the poll says the presumptive democratic nominee -- it shows a tighter race. a washington post and nbc news
poll and nbc journal and abc news poll show clinton significantly ahead of trump. california voters will decide in november whether to legalize recreational marijuana. a successful vote in november would mean one in every six americans living in a state with legal marijuana sales, including the entire west coast. the measure asked voters to approve allowing people 21 and older to be able to buy an ounce of marijuana or marijuana infused products at retail outlets and grow up to six pot plants for recreational use. the measure would raise as much as a billion dollars per year in tax revenue and reduce public safety costs by tens of millions of dollars. and now a story you will see only on kron 4. police in the east bay need help finding people involved in a violent armed robbery. it happened back on january 17 january 17th this. five guys restaurant in the clayton valley shopping center
in concord. this is surveillance video of the robbery happening. they have not shown the images to the public until now. >> this is a robbery that happened back in january. it's a case that went cold because there's no further investigative leads. so oftentimes every few months investigators open these cases again. they go through the reports and through any evidence that we have. we like putting the information out there if we have nothing else. luckily nobody was severely injured, but the suspect got away that day. we know that at least probably someone out there who has information and could help investigators. >> kron 4 spoke with a manager of that five guys. he says the business has been in that location for five years, and this isn't the first time the restaurant has been robbed. a video here of a police chase in houston. a burglar on the run in an open field when a police car tried to take him down, but the
injured man continued to get up and run. that's when two crew members jumped into action. as they flew, the pilots talked about their plan to sit the chopper down and chase the plan. they maneuvered the helicopter to cut him off. listen to what one of the pilots had to say about taking the man down. >> he got up and became resisting. a weapon i have was disabled. i got it out of the equation and continued to fight him until the suspect was taken into custody. >> the pilot tossed his gun after the man tried to reach for it. other identities have not been released. kron 4 is joining forces with other media outlets to shine a light on the homeless problem in the bay area. coming up in ten minutes, we're going to take a look at what san francisco is doing to get homeless people off the streets. the list is out. which dangerous toys you should keep away from your kids this
time is 7:25. it's packed at the toll plaza. it looks much better on the new eastern fan and the suspension now that the stall cleared on the skyway. it really jammed up traffic on the bridge. it's looking much better in the spin and still backed up in the toll plaza. mark? >> thank you, robin. this is a photo of mark zuckerberg's six-foot tall wall that's being built around his property in hawaii. one says the neighbor looks daunting and forbidden. about 4-6 weeks ago. isn't that what every wall says, don't climb the wall. >> it's to reduce highway and road noise. it's a 700-acre property. some are complaining it blocks their ocean view and some say they cut off the trail. the zuckerburgs say there's no
trail. >> think about that. 700 acres, a wall six-feet high. do you know what that would cost? >> a fortune. >> i think they could afford it. >> but he gives the impression he doesn't want visitors. >> keep out. >> so they don't like it. >> we've got a story on the toys you may or may not want to get your kids. this is a list of hazardous toys. the nerf rifle gun and -- they say they're harmful due to choking hazards. these brands include toy guns and kiddie pools. hover boards. backyard trampolines and toy helicopters. >> i think i have every one of those. >> the summer months count for -- 2.5 million children are injured in accidents every summer. >> it's all stuff that you choose to have your kids play with.
you just have to be careful. >> here is a look at temperatures as we speak. looking at the shoreline, oakland, upper 60s by 1:00. it's 67. mild and pleasant. kron 4 morning news continues. when we come back, we'll have continuing coverage of the deadly terror attack at one of the largest airports in the world. we're going to hear from people who witnessed the suicide bombings in istanbul.
we'll have to wait, though. still looking at a lot of 90s this afternoon. 68 in antioch. still last check, 59 for concord. much of the east bayshoreline. upper 50s at that and san francisco, of course, chilly at around 50. this compares to 24 hours ago. a couple degrees off from the shoreline. negative 9. off to a cooler start than we experienced yesterday. that's a good direction. for the a's game. 7:05 game time. mostly sunny and clear. cloud cover and fog may roll in the latter portion of the game. it's not as windy. 77 inland, 88 going on by 3:00. and the bay at about 68. robin is checking in on your traffic detail. >> headed to the richmond center bridge toll plaza. it's backed up to richmond parkway right through the
tolls. after that, it will pick up. it's not a bad commute, just sluggish. it will be less than 15 minutes to get over to the 101 headed to san rafael. i spotted some heavy traffic for those who use south 280 headed into san bruno. there's an accident that's wrapping up right at the 380 split. it is not blocking. it's off to the side. it's crawling out of daily city now just under 20 minutes to get from daily city out to the 380 split. i'll check back in on the san mateo coming up in my full report. breaking news as we continue the coverage in the wake of the terror attack in turkey. >> fletch -- james fletcher has been monitoring the latest. 41 people are dead. 237 are injured. i've learned president obama has telephoned his condolences to the turkey president. he placed that call from air force one as he was flying to
ottawa today to take part in the north american conference going on right now. this morning in turkey, investigators are sifting through the rubble of yesterday's bombings. they're looking for clues who could tell them who was behind this. three bombs went off yesterday in istanbul's main airport. one of the busiest in the world. this is video before the blast. you saw the explosion. the attackers were carrying guns. they opened fire on people before they detonated themselves themselves. this witness talks about the confusion and fear inside the airport as the attack was under way. >> i tried to keep as calm as possible, but there's a lot of people falling on the ground, not knowing what's going on. >> i recognized the gunshots and heard this huge explosion. i knew immediately it was a bomb. i just bolted as fast as i can. >> again, no one has claimed official responsibility, but
investigators have their ice on isis. they say this matches a lot of their mo. isis has called for attacks during the holy month of ram da dan. we're in the third week of that. the airport was closed overnight. we're getting word that it is open again this morning. obviously with some heightened security in place. guys? >> thanks a lot, james. the presidential candidates are quick to weigh in. here's what hillary clinton tweeted. she said all americans stand united with the people of turkey against this campaign of hatred and violence. >> will the world realize what's going on. we must do everything we can to keep this outside the united states. stick to kron 4 for the updates on the istanbul airport bombings. we'll have more at 10:00 this morning. you can also go to our website for continuous updates. make sure you have the mobile
app as well so you will get push alerts when breaking news happens. carmella harris is speaking out about the investigation into an east bay special needs school. this comes after allegations of abuse in ante i don't care. you can -- antioch. the investigation was launched by the bureau of children's justice. it's focusing on the treatment of students with disabilities. investigators are looking for potential civil civil rights violations. those investigators are looking for more victims. >> to encourage victims to come forward and to let the public know that these children do matter. we want the know what's going on with them. we're concerned and we're doing something about it. >> so far there's been no response to the claims. one parent filed a lawsuit against the school for the way her son was treated. people can come forward through
the site posted on kron4.com. three reputed gang members are behind bars in connection to a deadly shooting in san leandro leandro. the victim was shot outside the community center at 7:30 in the everything on may 16th. investigators believed the shooting was from a long stand standing feud from rivalling fractions. they were attending a first communion party at the center when the shooting happened. the victim was shot outside the party. police say he was a validated member of the gang. a minivan was seen speeding out of the parking lot after the shots were fired. it crashed into a nearby car, and the people took off. police found a loaded gun in that van and evidence linking three people to the shooting. they arrested this man, 25-year- old norberto real as well as
two juveniles. the report is going to be submitted to the alameda da. real is due in court this afternoon. kron 4 is joining forces with 71 different media outlets around the bay area to shine a light on the homeless problem in san francisco and around the entire bay area. san francisco took another step forward in providing additional transitional housing for the homeless this week. >> housing our homeless, supporting our homeless is one of the toughest things that this city can and has to do. >> tuesday san francisco mayor ed lee announced the opening of san francisco's second navigation center for the homeless. >> the services we provide here will help probably hundreds of people over the next two years have that runway, had that space to rebuild their lives. >> city officials hope to have similar success with this 98- unit temporary transitional housing facility as they have with the first navigation
center in the mission. >> 83% of the people who have come through that center have landed into permanent housing. >> but the focus of this news conference was just on housing and letting homeowners and business owners know the city is not turning a blind eye on homeless encampments. >> i'm happy to inform of the response team. >> police and public work staff will hit the streets in mid august. >> we certainly are not going to be criminalizing people on the streets. we're not going to be asking people to move without having a place for them to go. programs like this and the advocation center we're working on and the dog patch and the existing shelter system as well as other ideas we're working on are going to create places where people can go and essentially be triaged and find out how we can help them get into -- at least get into a longer term shelter but hopefully into permanent
housing. >> they recognize the status quo is not good sjpjpjpdofkñ][ >> that's not safe for people in those encampments. it's not healthy, and it's not a humane way for us to address the problem of homelessness. >> details about this encampment response team are expected in the weeks ahead. in san francisco, kron 4 news. >> we'll be covering the plight of the homeless all this week. stay tuned for new stories on kron 4 as we join forces with dozens of other media outlets to focus on the issue. it's 7:37. a long game and another win for the as. wile talk to gary about the bay bridge series in less than ten minutes. plus, some fireworks are legal in the bay area, but that doesn't mean we're safe. we're going to tell you what firefighters are going to make sure everybody does the right thing and enjoys july 4th.
welcome back to kron 4. 7:41. tracking your commute, it is slow on the san mateo bridge. if you're about to pack up and head to the peninsula, it's coming out of hayward, it's jammed across 101. it's going to cost 30 minutes to get from hayward. it's the normal slow and go traffic. there's a crash along the coast. northbound 1 north ovi -- north of manner. look at the heavy traffic. it's calling up. for the east bay, no major hot spots. there's a crash wrapping up at
680 and stone valley. walnut creek is going to be on to 242. you're at 26 minutes south of 680 from concord into danville. >> happening today, the alameda county fair is sending care packages. the drop zone drive is organized by blue star moms. they will be collecting items to send to their troops. the fair is offering free admission when one dollar rides are participated. all you have to do is bring items. you can see that list of what you can bring today on our website. if you bring some of those items, you get free admission to the fair. it's only step by step. a look at how it breaks down for us. 77 going on. 88 into mid-afternoon. temperatures are visiting in the upper 60s. the kron morning news continues.
good morning. today is beat the giants again. >> that was a wild, wild game. did not want to end. my gosh. went all night. >> i like hitting. hitting, i enjoy hitting. for three hours and 53 minutes, it's a little much. >> it was good for the as. they've had a tough season. you know, the giants have been riding high, but there was electricity in the park last night. that was a fun game to watch. how does that even happen when you have the third best team. they're doing so amazingly. you have the as under 5u. i keep saying this. it's true. if you play 162 games, you're going to have things that break the form. you know. >> yeah. >> so hopefully for the as, that gives them a little lift. i can't emphasize this enough. that's the thing about
baseball. in football, you know, you play once a week. you get going, and every game you analyze and go back and forth. you play this many games in baseball, heck n another couple of days, all this could leave you. >> you just put it to bed and move on. of the 76ers, they're seriously looking at harrison barnes. they're all looking at friday. the warriors want to know if they were to get kevin durant, they don't have the money, right? >> positively. it's like, hey, if you don't have anything better, somebody looks good to you. >> i guess it's a waiting game. how will they do that. katie will have to come through first. what they have is a restricted free agent. if philadelphia makes him an offer, the warriors would have an opportunity to match it. you know, the connection to philadelphia and that's what
media does. we throw things out. it's the guy that picks the olympic coach, his son is the general manager of philadelphia. okay. for those who are asking how did he get in the olympic team, my gosh. that's at least one theory being thrown out there. you want to talk olympics, i have olympic news. weeks away, the police are there ready to great people who come to rio. they have a sign. now, the sign doesn't say, you know, your name on it. the sign says well, here in the street, you know, they're looking for donations. at the airport, they're actually holding a sign that says if you come to rio you will not be safe. they're holding that sign at the airport. gary, the police department has no money. so they can't file police reports. they have no paper. they're asking for donations of toilet paper. the olympic committee cut $500. the government cut the budget for security. >> why did they do that? >> they don't have the money.
they're battling polluted waters, zika, crime. this does not sound good. >> and you just look at istanbul yesterday and you think to yourself who recollects wants to get on an airplane and go to another country. i know people say, you can't let the people win. you can't let those terrorists -- blah, blah, blah. if you have a family, do you want to take them to the olympics? >> that's the problem. this is another black eye for what is going to be exciting for a lot of people. then you look at the old glory days. you see caitlyn jenner on the front of sports illustrated talking about in 1976 when i was bruce and i won the decathlon. she's got the -- do i have the picture. she has the gold medal around her neck. >> that came out today. >> i didn't know. i was reading tidbits that when bruce jenner was working out, that he trained at san jose city college. >> exactly. >> i didn't know that. >> that's right in my wheelhouse. and his wife at the time, she
worked to support him. he had a group of people in san jose, kind of like sponsors. we'll pay so you can work out full time. we'll back you financially. >> here's the thing too that he talked about. he said doing the decathlon -- i don't know if you agree -- it's like the ultimate display of manhood. he said winning the decathlon -- there's no greater cover for me as a person with a woman inside than to do this masculine display of manhood. >> okay. well, whatever she says now, but he was a t world's greatest athlete. maybe when you look back, i don't know, he might have been the last guy who really came out of the olympic games and made a career out of it. does that make sense? just being bruce jenner. wheaties. >> remember mark spitz. they spent the rest of their
lives -- in those days there were four channels. everybody watched the olympics. now it's a much different deal. people don't sit there as a family and watch the olympics, at least i don't think. >> you brought up mark spitz, the only swimmer i can name is michael phelps. missy franklin, they're out. they're not out all together. but they lost their trials. >> you got me laughing with missy elliott. that's a good train of thought. >> we're not going to know any of the swimmers. michael phelps, thank god he came out of retirement. >> the only ones i feel a little funny for is if you train all these years and this is your big moment and now you have people saying, who wants to go there?
it's unsafe. and the water and everything. >> the shot is ruined. i know. >> hey, it's like anything else. i still think once the games begin, there will be a few moments that jump out and catch everybody's attention. >> people like to watch stuff they would never watch. they love the dead lifts. it's beach medicine volleyball. apparently football players, this is how they train. you have to see it. they're playing volleyball. these are 15-25 pounds. >> have you ever tried to catch one of those? that's not easy. >> they say it's good for your core. it's a good core workout. would you watch this? >> pittsburgh steelers. >> these are football players. okay. >> they do their training camps. >> i was looking at the one guy there. >> it looks like that little guy, who knows who he is. >> he's the guy who made the ball. >> can you believe it? >> well, that's not bad, i
guess. >> gosh, no. that would kill me. i want to tell you. i know you want to look up and add it to your workout. it's called danny ball. >> that's what it's called. >> i didn't know it was a thing. it's a real thing. so you can do this and get that core workout. >> that's the guy who invented it. that's the one thing coming on with you. i always learn. >> you learn a little something. i was going to say yet you're going to sit on that bed. we'll see you later.
welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. highway 17 in the santa cruz mountains are open this morning after a wildfire shut down the area this week. one southbound lane of 17 remains closed until yesterday evening. fires continue to watch for hot spots. on monday, the area was shut down because the fire was so close to the highway. you can see the smoke from this video. investigators say the fire started out as a car fire. the fourth of july just around the corner and firefighters are also worried about illegal fireworks this year because of the fire risks we're looking at
across california. bay area cities started selling safe and sane fireworks they're called. not every community allows fireworks, but kron 4 went to doubling yesterday where fireworks are legal. as you can see, they're out for sale. cal fire is warning that even though they're called safe and sane, they could still be dangerous. over the past five years, more than 2500 fires have been sparked by fireworks. they destroyed homes and caused injuries. before you buy fireworks, make sure they're legal where you live. make sure you have a bucket of water. stay a safe distance away from the fireworks. >> and a reminder you, can watch fireworks on kron 4 with the fourth of july fireworks july 4 july 4th live here on kron 4. coverage starts at 9:00. you can watch the fireworks along the bay area. we continue to follow the latest break out of istanbul. the death toll at 41. over 200 injured in this
airport attack by three suicide bombers. we'll have reaction and more security at sfo this morning. two girls were hit by a car while walking in broad daylight. we'll tell you why we have a warning for parents. you can remind your kids about street safety. >> plus, the warm weather continues. we'll have more on how hot it will be as we head into the weekend.
this video showing the moments of one of the explosions. >> three suicide bombers showed up in a taxi and they opened fire and blew themselves up. some people were running from the gunfire toward the bombers. as many as 239 people were injured 109 are out of the hospital. >> 37 of the victims have been identified and they are saying 10 were foreign nationals. witnesses heard the gunfire followed by the explosions and they saw people who were badly injured. no one has taken it -- responsibility, but they believe it is isis. >> we want to go live to istanbul where our reporter is standing by. >> reporter: operations here at the airport have resumed. the airport is functioning and we see flights starting to come back into this airport. we saw major cleanup operation by authorities. they are trying to restore a sense of normalcy and it is
considered one of the busiest airports in the world. all eyes are on the investigation. there are more questions than answers at this point. we do know from officials the attack was carried out by three suicide bombers. they arrived on tuesday evening at the airport i taxi. they were carrying ak-47 and according to officials opened fire on the crowd and then detonated their explosives and they say this is the reason why we see this high casualty figure with at least 41 people killed and more than 200 others wounded in this horrific attack. so far there has been no claim of responsibility for this attack, but turkish and us officials are saying they believe that it was carried out by isis. they are not ruling out any of the other militant groups here in turkey.
they do say that this attack on the airport does there the hallmark of isis. at this point in time no claim of responsibility. we have team coverage and what american officials are doing to keep us safe. >> live at sfo. >> reporter: what they are doing is making sure that people are serious about their presence. right behind me çyou can see police officers going along making sure that people do not stay too long at curbside. say goodbye to your family and friends and that's about it. you can see over there she just told this driver you can stay there. you have to go and she was threatening to write her a ticket. we can tell you that there are a couple of flights from turkey
that will be heading into sfo. there was a flight last night so as far as business at sfo pretty much as usual. those officers did tell me they had a briefing last night and before their shift started this morning. be on heightened alert, show your presence and be sure you check everything and keep your eyes peeled for any suspicious activity. we got a chance to talk to a woman earlier this morning, she says all that she can do is have faith in the system. >> ever since 9/11 whenever you fly it is security risk and there is not much i can do it is up to my higher power to decide what my future is going to be and the only thing i can do is get here on time, go through security, answer any questions they may have. >> reporter: that is exactly
what the airport is saying. get here two hours before your flight at least 90 minutes before because you could be slow down because they are taking extra precautions and looking at bags. they want to stress that they do that every day, especially after terrorist attack and they have had too much practice. they are ready to go and i have to tell you they are not moving fast today. there is a reason for that. they want to walk through the terminal slowly with their uniform to show a presence to make sure that those who might possibly be afraid that we are here for you. continuing coverage to our newscast. look for updates on our website. we will send out push alerts through our mobile app. getting on with the weather and traffic.
>> i would rate this a seven. >> that's pretty good. >> tracking a motorcycle accident. >> good effort going on, at least we have a breeze in the right direction. already warming up in spots 72 in antioch, 62 for livermore, around the east bay shoreline just about 63. 62 four san jose with san francisco at 51. comparing to 24 hours ago, this hour san francisco is ahead of the game. some fog is doing its performance around the immediate perimeter of the bay. you can see overnight it gets settled around. at this hour you can see some eroding happening on the east bay hill and down to the south bay. covering up a good portion of the peninsula. 82 or so by noon for inland, 87 in late afternoon.
68 covering today, 56 at the coast. here is robin. the bay bridge is packed at the toll plaza. only thinning out in the carpool lane. backed up to and through the maze. if you are coming from the east shore freeway there is a motorcycle crash working as -- westbound at 80. blocking the left lane, it is in the clearing stages. if you have to use the east sure it will be crawling and backed up to richmond. it is about 34 minutes from hercules to the maze and 20 minutes from the foot of the maze to the sky way. i spotted a crash on 24 heading toward-i will take a look at that coming up next. 8:06 and coming up, hillary clinton is making a stop in the bay area and we will tell you where she will be and why we
welcome back to the morning news. two women and four children from the bay area were killed in a fiery crash in southern california. to bay area fires watch as their wives and kids died in iraq. just outside of los angeles. here is the aftermath you can see the minivan. this happened yesterday morning in the community of gorman. the minivan was hit a bmw and was on the shoulder. shortly after a big rig slammed into the back of the minivan and that pushed it down a dirt embankment where it burst into flames. the fathers who work from san francisco and daly city were in side the van when it was smashed. they were able to get out and try to rescue their wives and children but were not able to because of the intensity of the fire. the two men were airlifted to the hospital. the big rig driver was not injured. survivors of sexual assault and bay area residents will rally outside the california- calling for the removal of charge erin persky from the bench. he is the judge to send the men
to six months in jail. at the rally to date nearly a dozen sexual assault victims will share their stories. a petition will be presented for his removal. some fog has moved into the bay for this morning. that will mix out making temperatures 74 oakland. still remaining warm in the south bay. we will let you know what some of those temperatures are like.
8:13 we want to see how the morning is shaping up. >> we are still working with that dog, but we will get the sun up shortly. here is a live look at the bay bridge, overcast sky conditions, temperature wise this is what happens, look at that red make its progress. we get into the evening hours and good progress by 7:45 of getting some of that marine layer snaking up over the hills a little bit certainly in the peninsula buried by it. you can see the coverage into the central valley. right now our temperatures, 63 concord, antioch the one spot at 72, 64 hayward, 61 four
mountain view and 61 for downtown san francisco. we have some breezy conditions in the city, but this onshore flow will flex its muscles you can see in some of the ballets -- valleys. hopefully it is a good sign of things to come with some muscle behind that onshore flow for cooling relief. let's take a closer inspection for today. 76 redwood city, 78 for palo alto heading to the south san jose you have 88, 79 four mountain view santa clara 84. east bay shoreline hanging onto the 70s. 74 oakland, danville at 92, livermore ninety six. slight change of things happening and temperatures starting to slide a little bit to the end of the week.
a few clouds to talk about. the coast will be treated with some patchy drizzle in the morning hours. slight warm up for monday, tuesday and other cooling trend for next week. right now robin checking traffic. i am not seeing any major changes on 92 the san mateo bridge it is creeping along westbound leaving hayward and it is pretty much stop and go all the way across. continuing out to that 101 connector heading into san mateo. it is not a bad commute but 20 minutes to get from highway 82 101. the east shore freeway a motorcycle accident wrapping up. only blocking one lane, but jamming up the ride. it is backing up into san pablo. also spotted a stalled truck on westbound 24. it is westbound right after tamino pablo and the long line
of heavy traffic is backing up. it was already jammed. that is backed up to 242. 28 minutes from want to creek through the scene of that stall into the oakland maze. let's head over to the dunbar bridge. nothing unusual about the slowing on westbound 84. it starts right around for 10. breaking news from overnight police are looking for a group of armed robbers. >> reporter: police are searching for three men who robbed a 7-eleven in pleasant hill. it happened about 1:30 this morning on patterson drive. give you a general idea of where this happened. you can see it on the screen.
three men, wearing all black walked into the store. two men pulled out a gun and stole money and merchandise. they were last seen running away. please talk to the clerk and the clerk was able to give them a description, but it was very vague. police could not put together a sketch. if they come up with a general description that we can share we will come right back here to the breaking news desk. don't forget to download our mobile app and we will send out an alert with the sketches. maybe you can help solve this crime. decision 2016 hillary clinton is visiting san francisco today. she is holding a fundraiser luncheon. it starts at 11 am and will feature special guests including jamie lee curtis and planned parenthood president. the campaign has not said where the event will be. it is not open to the public. tickets range from $500-$27,000. this is the first time she has visited the way area since
before the primary. in a new poll hillary clinton is leading donald trump. it shows the presumptive democratic nominee with a two- point lead over her republican rival. even with third-party candidate added she holds that two-point lead. this survey shows a tighter race than the polls earlier. multiple other polls shows clinton significantly i had. a california voters will decide the fate of recreational marijuana in the state coming this november. it could potentially mean the entire west coast would have legalize pot sales. spencer blake has details. >> reporter: secretary of state says proponents of legalize recreational marijuana got more than enough signatures to get that measure on the ballot in
november. this is the same thing california voters turned down in 2010. this time it does have plenty of funding and support. if the initiative passes adults 21 and over can buy an ounce of marijuana, but they have to come from licensed retail outlets. no one would be able to smoke pot in any place where tobacco is already outlawed. this could be a big moneymaker for the state which could pull in about $1 billion the year from the 15% tax on both medical and recreational. the lieutenant governors office has been backing initiative for a couple of years. >> we lead the pack in terms of support, but the rest of the country seems to be catching up . increasingly there has been a growing majority of californians who have demanded and asked for a new approach to marijuana policy. >> reporter: local governments
would have some say on this because counties and cities could still prohibit pot in their own area or if they allow it they could added additional taxes and fees. so far the only two other states that have a legalize recreational pot measure on novembers ballot are nevada and maine. >> you will only see this on kron4. police need help finding people involved in a violent armed robbery. kron4 exclusively obtained the surveillance video of the robbery. here it is. investigators have not shown the images until now. >> this was a robbery that happened in january and it is a case that went cold because there is no further leads. often times every few months investigators open these cases again and go through the reports and through any evidence that we have and we like putting
information out there if we have nothing else. luckily no one was severely injured, but the suspect got away we know that there is probably someone that has some information that can help. >> we spoke with the manager and he says the business has been there for five years and that is the first and only time they had been robbed. knew this morning, toyota is recalling more than 4 million cars because of issues with the airbags and the fuel tanks. nearly 1.5 million previous hybrids and lexus is being recalled because the airbag may be defective. those cars were made between 2008 and 2012. the inflator is may have a small crack that could cause the airbag to inflate unexpectedly and send pieces flying. about 3 million other cars are being recalled over a fuel tank issue. a mechanism could release of operated fuel and cosby fuel to
leak when drivers fill up the tank. cars made between 2006 and 2015. toyota has not received any reports of injuries or deaths related to either a call. keeping our eyes on wall street. the dow is up 199 points, the dow has made up now half of what it lost on friday and monday from the announcement with britain living the eu. still ahead, several people still missing after two trains collide in texas. we will have the latest on the story. a lot of fog at the bay.
flames were hurting the efforts to look for missing crew members. the trains were on the same track and there were two people on each train. one man was able to jump from the train before the collision and is recovering in the hospital. they are investigating how this was able to happen. take a look at this, a bear runs across a highway in missouri and gets hit by a truck traveling 65 miles per hour. i will move over a lot. the whole thing was captured on a police camera dashcam. there is the bear and we will show it to you again. it looks like-watch this. he definitely was hit and took off running. the highway patrol thinks the bear was not hurt. an east bay school for children with special needs is trying the attention of the atty. general. we will tell you what they are doing in the wake of abuse allegations. >> reporter: i am life and alameda to tell you all about
>> i am traveling a couple of problems for the east bay. >> just windy and cold in san francisco, warm and sunny inland. >> let's take a look at these temperatures. far east bay we are seen antioch at 72, concorde and livermore lower 60s, 94 oakland. this compares to 24 hours we are going in the right direction. we are behind where we were yesterday. you can see in some cases evermore is -9. hopefully we are getting some muscle behind the onshore wind. look at the fog progress, pretty good. mixing out bit by bit. downtown san francisco it is hanging around a little bit. 81 four high noon it looks like for the inland regions 87 four 4:00.
the coast is chilly in the 50s. robin talking about and improving forecast. >> it is looking much better out there in some spots. the right to the richmond centerfield bridge. this is 580 at -- approaching the toll plaza. it is only backed up from the western drive onramp. that is a nice improvement. no problems connecting with 101. to the east bay eight motorcycle accident that is clear, if you have to use it be prepared for stop and go traffic that is keeping the emeryville side clear. the stall on westbound 24 coming out is clear. it was a box truck stuck in the road. 24 w. does not look so good. it will be a slow ride for those of you coming out of
lafayette. expect a 30 minute trip on west 24. 8:31 and a teenage girl is dead and another is in critical condition after they were both hit by a car while they were walking in oakland. let's take a look at the map of where this happened. it was 2:45 in the afternoon on east cypress it was 2:45 in the afternoon on e. cypress road. it was 2:45 in the afternoon on e. cypress road. police got there and they found a 15-year-old girl and a 17- year-old girl who had been hit by a station wagon. one of them died at the scene and the other was rushed to the hospital. investigators believe the girls were walking along the curb because that area does not have a sidewalk. the driver hit both girls and then went off the roadway before coming to a stop in a field. witnesses say the driver had been driving erratically before hitting the girls. investigators are trying to
figure out if drugs or alcohol played a role. this accident is a reminder that this type of thing can happen anywhere. >> a reporter live at washington park talking with one woman who is working to make streets safer. >> reporter: we are here at washington park and alameda and this is a busy street. this park sits in this area and you can see a crosswalk. that was only put up after a child got hit by a car. this is an area where pedestrian safety is on their mind. take a look at some video of this area. the speed limit is only 25, some cars are going much faster than that. there is a campaign called the red sign campaign started to add signs and visibility for pedestrians and cyclists. it happened after several pedestrians were hit and killed. we talked to the creator of the campaign. here is what she said. >> it goes twofold, many
pedestrians are in their own head, on their phone they are talking to their friends. they are not paying attention. they are making dangerous decisions where they choose to cross. just because the crosswalk is there doesn't mean they will walk 50 feet to get to it. it does alert drivers and people who are crossing that this is supposed to be a safe zone.>> reporter: when i spoke to her she also added that kids should not be on their cell phones or listening to music while they are walking around all to help keep them safe as they cross. she also told me there are 82 of those signs and you can find them all around. >> james has more tips just like that. we were talking about not listening to headphones. >> we put a list together to help spell it out.
some of these are obvious, but you need to repeat these over and over two young kids. >> look both ways. keep reminding-i have a 13-year- old and still tell her to look both ways. the electronic devices are more prevalent now than when we were that young and we had the walkman. that was a different ballgame. >> we talk about bicycling with the traffic. face the traffic. >> especially if you are on a street without sidewalks. that is when the early warning that there might be trouble heading your way. for kids especially under 10 the experts will tell you that you make sure you hold their hand. they model our behavior. that is a reminder for us to make sure we are following good safety rules. they will pattern what we do and if we show them how to jaywalk they will do it.
it is a lesson for all of us especially after tragic stories like this. it makes us remember that we need to teach them well. firefighters are trying to figure out what sparked a fire on the roof of a san francisco macy's in union square. it started just after midnight. you can see fire crews with a letter. the fire department tweeting this fire. they say it was a small equipment fire and no one was injured. carson sharing a photo on his twitter account. this was taken from his hotel room. you can see the flames on the roof. the cause is under investigation. one man is dead and another injured, there was a shooting near san jose university right near the fraternities and sororities. let's take you to the scene.
you can see the damage from the bullets. this happened in the street on the fraternity and sorority row about 2:00 yesterday afternoon. >> i heard to to three gunshots. >> this is a greek row it was in front of two houses. literally and range of gunfire. >> no arrests have been made and police have not released a description of the shooter. witnesses did see an suv speed away from the scene. state attorney general is speaking out about the investigation into an east bay special needs a school. this comes after kron4 had a special report on allegations of abuse. we should do this video where you can see a teachers aid getting physical with a nine- year-old student. the investigation was launched by the children's justice and they are focused on the school and their treatment.
investigators are looking for civil rights violations and anymore victims. they could not be specific. >> to encourage victims to come forward and to let the public know that these children do matter. we want to know what is going on with them and we are concerned and doing something about it. >> so far they have not responded to the allegations. one parent filed a lawsuit. the atty. general. says that victims can come forward through the bureau of children's justice website. we have posted a link to that website on kron4.com. it is 8:38 and this morning we are shining a light on homelessness in the bay area. coming up on the kron4 morning news we look at a new proposal that will make it easier for police to remove the tent cities we see pop up.
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a lot of people. i had trouble with the conditioner, getting the last bit out of the bottle. researchers at ohio state university say it is all that the way the bottles are lined. they believe companies add little heart-shaped speed bumps on the inside of the bottles and the liquid will not get stuck at the bottom. researchers engineered a solvent to make the roadblocks. it would make plastic bottles repel all liquids like soaps and detergents. scientists admit it is solving a first world problem. they could push recycling. >> put a little water in their shake it up and get the rest out. >> i am trying to get every last bit. we know the summer toys on the summer list. >> not a huge surprise they have a few specific toys like
nerf guns they say that those can be a problem also the land of nod rattle. >> they list specific toys. some of these products include toy guns, kiddie pools, hoverboards, trampolines and helicopters. the summer months account for half of related deaths. >> a lot of these are new and hot toys. your kid wants them. you shouldn't be writing around without a helmet. watch them if they are going to be using something harmful. >> that hoverboards is moving much faster than the traffic on the san mateo bridge. it is creeping out of hayward. at least 27 minutes to get across. i will have a complete traffic check after the break.
welcome back, 8:45 and david is here with me taking a look at the weather. >> you can see there is the golden gate. we will see that makes out for us and climbing we will go again. we are looking for a reduction today. we are behind where we were yesterday. the blood red making its way to the east bay hills then by this evening we get some better progress on that onshore flow, the ocean cooled air making its progress east. complements of the fog we have had temperatures lower than we saw 24 hours ago. current progress, 72 antioch, 58 livermore, 64 concord, 59 concord and 58 four san jose. i will look at our forecast highs, downtown san francisco
62, 72 san mateo with daly city at 62, palo alto 78. on the east side of the bay we are looking at numbers in the 70s around oakland 78-94 for pleasanton and 94 walnut creek. a little bit of that onshore flow being felt. that is how temperatures go. some sort -- spots are going to rocket. we will see a general trend by the weekend of lower 90s. a little cooler on sunday and then monday a slight pullback and then tuesday 80s widespread. traffic was improve and at last check. >> most of the accidents and the stalls are out of the way and now we deal with residual slowing heading into san francisco. a live look at the approach to the toll plaza.
you can see the traffic coming from 880 n. is cooling -- thinning out. it is looking much better into san francisco. the golden gate bridge right here on 101, foggy that smooth. no problems heading into san francisco. after north san pedro all the way up to the toll plaza it will be smooth sailing. checking in on s'more drive times, we had the stalled box truck on west 24, that is gone it is 26 minutes from 682 the maze. 580 w. looks great. 880 coming out of san jose that is for your northbound commute not bad, 12 minutes. all week kron4 is taking on the homeless issue.
>> this morning we are taking a look at the november ballot issue. it will allow law enforcement to remove homeless encampments under certain conditions. >> spencer blake spoke with the coalition and some people on the streets about the measure. >> reporter: the homelessness problem is not going anywhere in san francisco. the tent cities might be depending on a vote this fall. the supervisors plan would let police clear out encampments along as they provide written notice. the city would also have to offer a bed or shelter before telling people to move along. >> we cannot police ourselves with the homeless crisis.>> reporter: they are not mincing words. >> this is a anti-homeless law. we have plenty of those. >> reporter: under the proposal law enforcement scan sees personal items who would then
have 90 days to claim them after relocation. the homeless people we talked to were already upset about the policies even before the initiative made the ballot. >> i can't figure out what i'm supposed to do if i can't abandon my stuff to go look for a job you come back and everything you had is gone. >> reporter: the coalition listed several problems with the idea. verse they say homelessness is a social issue that should not be handled by police. they also say it is punitive a violation of civil and human rights and ineffective. >> they will do a sweep, but since there is nowhere to go people shift a block or two blocks away. mac human rights organizers says the offer of a bed or shelter would not work because it would only take a spot away from one of the 800+ people who are on shelter weightless. is there a better option to clean up the streets? >> i would reduce monies being spent on enforcement policy and that money can be transferred
over to a policy that provides affordable and supportive housing. >> reporter: the budget for housing and urban development is not growing, but the number of homeless is. more than 6600 people are living on the street in san francisco. other stories that we are following, more on the proposed ballot measure that would propose a new tax on tax forms -- firms. that would generate $120 million a year. it targets that well-paid workers have increased housing cost. this measure would need a majority vote to get on the november ballot and if it does it needs two thirds geordie to win approval. we will continue covering the plight of the homeless here all this week. stay tuned for news stories on kron4 as we join forces with
other media outlets. time now is 8:51 and happening now a lake and oakland is close because of toxic algae. they have banned swimming until further notice. they found the algae on monday night and it could cause rashes, skin and eye irritation, allergies and gastrointestinal problems. it could be deadly for dogs. if you are walking your dog make sure to keep them away from the water because the rest of the park around the lake is still open. the alameda county fair is helping send care packages to deployed us troops. the drop zone drive is organized by blue star moms and they will be collecting items. today only the fair is offering free admission if you anticipate in this drive. ring to items from a list of things the troops have requested. you can see that list on our website kron4.com.
the fourth of july just around the corner and firefighters are worried about illegal fireworks. james fletcher has more. >> reporter: it seems like every summer we are looking at heightened fire danger. cities around the base started selling safe and sane fireworks. here where our cameras were yesterday the stands were out and people were buying their fireworks, but the fire department is putting out a warning that even though they are called safe and sane they are still dangerous. over the past five years 25 they are still dangerous. over the past five years 2500 fires have been sparked by fireworks. they have burned thousands of acres and damaged homes. he for you by the fireworks make sure they are legal and
make sure that you have a bucket of water or homes just in case something goes wrong. there have been a number of times that i riders have come to backyard fires that if they had just had some water on hand they could have prevented the roof from catching on fire. you don't have to leave your home if you want to watch fireworks which is the safest way, just turn on the tv. >> no one ever got hurt watching tv unless you fall out of the la-z-boy. you might want to lay down in bed because it is late. our lives special is monday and we are live in san francisco with fireworks across the bay. it is not just san francisco we have them from the east bay, south bay and all across the nation. we will be right back as the kron4 morning news continues. we are watching the fog around the bay. you see that fog bank. right now that is over san francisco. more on the forecast.
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lost control of the car. >> he was a stunt guy. >> both were welling helmets and a point harness. they walked away without injury. >> that is how they do it. jay leno is a regular guy and i wonder how they do it. i guess when you are harness then. that is a good shot. you still get banged around. could you win the big jackpot the megamillion jackpot is growing? no one one last night. >> the jackpot up to $415 million. it is the biggest in the megamillion history. the powerball also rising at $222 million. coming up in the next hour we continue to follow the latest out of istanbul where at
least 41 people were killed in an attack at the airport. >> we will take an in-depth look at homelessness here in the bay area. the struggles they face, the challenges law enforcement deal with and some of the solutions. plus warm weather continues in the bay area. we will have more on the fog at the coast and the 90s inland.
good morning and thank you for joining us. here on the morning news this week kron4 and more than 70 media outlets are focusing on the plight of the homeless. >> the majority of this hour is designated to homelessness and our community. we will hear from him more who breaks down the homeless population city by city. >> and then shows us how advocates are doing to address the problem and spencer blake focuses on the new measures that would allow law enforcement to remove homeless encampments. these are just some of the stories this morning. but first, we want an update on traffic and weather. >> good morning. a check at so far temperature wise antioch stands out at 74, concorde 67, 65 livermore and 57 four oakland. it is still chilly downtown.
fog is keeping the temperatures down. only san francisco is a little ahead of yesterday, the bay shoreline and over the hills numbers more than 5 degrees behind this time yesterday. we are off to a good start. here is the progress of the fog. you can see it starting to lift off a little bit at 9 am not quite clearing the shoreline. the peninsula is socked in controlling temperatures. inland looking for highs racing through the 80s and in the 90s again. 66 at the bay and it looks like coastal numbers will be mid-50s to about 60. here is robin with traffic. a slight improvement for the ride to the a bridge toll plaza. starting to loosen up a little bit here. it is no longer backed up through the maze it is only
through west grand. there is much heavier traffic from treasure island on the sky way out to the central freeway. i am getting word of a new accident on city street. at looks like it will be at the bottom of the 9th st., civic center offramp. that affecting traffic. it is on city street, but the traffic spilled over to the sky way. it will be at least 22 minutes to get from downtown oakland to downtown san francisco. i will have a full report in a few minutes. breaking news out of istanbul. the death toll at the airport is at 41. this video shows the moment of one of the explosions. three suicide bombers arrived at the airport by taxi and then blew themselves up after opening fire. as many as 239 people were injured. 109 of them have been released from the hospital.
>> the governors office in istanbul says 37 have been identified. witnesses heard gunfire followed by several explosions and then they saw people who were badly injured. nobody has taken responsibility for this attack, investigators believe it was isis. >> reporter: here is what we know. three bombs went off yesterday evening at his temples airport. one of the busiest airports in the world. three gunmen reportedly opened fire before detonating themselves. at this point no one has claimed responsibility. the passengers at his temples airport scrambled, terrified as three gunmen attacked the airport. two were at the international terminal the third was at a nearby parking lot. the prime minister says preliminary findings suggest all three opened fire before detonating explosive vest.
video from inside the terminal shows people fleeing bright flashes and in one clip a gunman is shot by security and drops to the floor. a few seconds later there is an explosion. witnesses described the sense of confusion and fear inside the airport. >> i try to stay as calm as possible, but there were people falling down and not knowing what was going on. >> i recognize the gunshots and heard this huge explosion and i knew immediately it was a bomb and i bolted as fast as i can. mac multiple officials say isis is suspected to be behind the attack but there is not been a claim of responsibility. the group has called for attacks during ramadan. >> still collecting information and trying to get out who did it. i won't comment further except to say that this is why i say
the first challenge we need to face is countering nonstate violent. >> reporter: the airport was closed overnight and has reopened. the faa has lifted a ground stop. the presidential candidates are expected to weigh in on the attacks. hillary clinton tweeted, "all americans stand united with the people of turkey against the campaign of hatred and violence." >> and you saw donald trump he tweeted out yet another terrorist attack will the world ever realize what is going on? so sad. >> we have team coverage and what americans are doing to keep us safe. >> will tran is live at sfo.>> reporter: there is a heavy local police officer, federal officer presence at san
francisco international. a major theme i have noticed all morning, drop-offs are happening much quicker. they are not allowing people to say goodbye for a long time. they say drop off, get going and if you don't someone will come along with a microphone that says get going on we will write you a ticket. they are making sure that the travelers leaving feel safe. we do know that there is a flight from istanbul into san francisco at around 4:00 this afternoon. there will be and other flight leaving at around seven. international flights don't have much change, when you go through security do expect a lot of backup. they say they are thorough every day but especially after an attack they really step it up. get here in plenty of time because you could be delayed.
the system is working. the system is in place. we talk to people this morning and they say it is the system that they are relying on. >> whether it is domestic or international i would hope that procedures are in place for this kind of travel and certainly after what happened yesterday it seems to be cropping up regularly around the world. san francisco would be no exception. >> reporter: we are shooting through the window and you might be able to see a couple of silhouettes. those are federal officers with their dogs. they are in this international terminal. you will notice they don't walk fast on any given day, but a day after an attack in just to make people safe and show their presence that they walk through a little bit slower to show
their presence. i have covered this after the belgian attacks, today it feels different there is a heavy feel. time now is 9:07 and a teenage girl is dead and another in critical condition. they were hit by a car while walking in broad daylight in oakley. let's look at the map. it was about 2:45 in the afternoon yesterday on east cypress let's look at the map. it was about 2:45 in the afternoon yesterday on e. cypress road. a 15-year-old girl and a 17- year-old girl were hit by a station wagon. one of the girls died and the other was rushed to the hospital. investigators believe that the girls were walking along the curb in that area because there is no sidewalk. the driver hit both girls and went off the roadway because -- before coming to a stop in a field. witnesses say the driver was driving erratically. investigators are trying to
figure out if drugs or alcohol played a role. it is a reminder that this type of thing can happen anywhere. >> avery hyper live in washington park and alameda speaking with one woman who is working to make streets safer. -- >> reporter: we are at washington park which is a place where children frequent. there is a crosswalk behind me here and it is hard to see because there is lots of traffic. that crosswalk was only put in because there was an accident where a child was hit by a car. this is an area where pedestrian safety is on the mind of the people who use the park. this sits on a curve and although the speed limit is only 25 we see some cars come through a lot faster. they have a campaign called the red sign campaign started to add signs to the street and added visibility for pedestrians. it started after several pedestrians were hit and killed by cars. heather little is the creator of the campaign and says now that it is summer pedestrian safety for kids is important.
>> now that school is out, kids are not being monitored by teachers or other parents they are left on their own which we said that when we started the campaign knowing we were going into summer it doesn't mean we turn everything off. we have to be more hypervigilant. i live right across the street from a park that has no crosswalks.>> reporter: here in alameda we are told that there have been 82 signs that have been sold through that campaign. you can see them all over the city. two women and four children from the bay area were killed in a fiery crash in southern california. to bay area fathers had to watch as their wives and kids died in a wreck just outside of los angeles. you can see the after not -- aftermath. this happened yesterday morning. the minivan hit a bmw and was
stopped on the right shoulder of the highway. shortly after a big rig going 55 miles per hour slammed into the minivan pushing it down a dirt embankment where it burst into flames. the fathers who are from san francisco and daly city were able to get out of the front seats. he tried to get their wives and children out but were not able to. the two men were airlifted to the hospital with burns and moderate injuries. the big rig driver was not injured. time is 9:11 and still ahead kron4 and media outlets are joining forces to shine a light on the problem of homelessness. you will hear from a former homeless woman who is now trying to help those less fortunate. the big steps san francisco is taking to get the homeless people off the streets. here is a live look at the approach to the bay bridge. it looks like a lot of cloud cover or fog. that will cool temperatures off.
a little late for a hotspot but you never know when they are going to pop up. >> better later in the morning. there is a truck that overturned on city street and the meter maid is stuck inside. it is downtown right off the skyway. it looks like she is okay, but stuck inside. there is a big back up on city street. eighth street is closed between harrison and ryan. the eighth street offramp from the skyway was close and is back open. i suggest staying away from that stretch altogether. if you are on city streets go ahead and take seven or at night. no estimated time for clearing.
it will impact the right into san francisco. a live look here at the approach . this backup stretches out to west grant. it is not helping the ride into san francisco at least 25 minutes from the maze to the skyway. it is pretty normal drive time to the south bay. if you have to use 237 westra drivetime 11 minutes to get from the pita to sunnyvale. no major trouble spots for 85 a quick 22 minutes from 101 to 280. good morning everybody here is a live look of the bay bridge and we are still negotiating through the fog covering most of the bay. this will mix out for us fairly
early later on today. the fact is right above us we are caught in this little sandwich of the moist air, above us it is dry. it is acting as a cooling factor as we go forward. over the hills that is where the heating will happen. the east bay shoreline looking for a cooler day and the peninsula. by later tonight that is when you get some better cooling. you may get some late tonight in some of the valleys that you haven't seen for a while. temperatures now 67 concord, 74 antioch, 65 livermore, 63 san jose and downtown san francisco is 51. closer inspection for our highs 72 san mateo, redwood city 76, santa clara 84, mountain valley 79 and cupertino 88.
most of the shoreline will be in the 70s. still some hotspots to be had. 94 for pleasanton. watching the trend going forward we like it dropping a little bit as we head into the holiday weekend. another note with that onshore flow we will get patches of drizzle along the coast. we continue after an interruption on monday, continue the cooling trend into next week. this week kron4 news is reason to be taking part in an unprecedented media event. 71 different media outlets are joining forces to shine a light on the homeless problem. >> pam moore it takes a closer look at the numbers which give some insight into the plight of people who are homeless.
>> reporter: we live at the epicenter of a national problem. one fourth of the nations homeless live in california. in san jose seven out of 10 homeless are classified as an sheltered meaning they sleep in cars, doorways or attend cities on public land. the bay area biggest city has more than 4000 people who are homeless, about 400 for each 100,000 residents. oakland has 3000, 128 per 100,000 residents. san francisco has the densest homeless population more than 7500 men women and children are living in the streets or in temporary shelter. more than one third have drug or alcohol problems and more than one third have psychological or emotional difficulties. 28% have physical disabilities.
african-americans make up 36% of the total more than five times their share of the general population. the cities headcount cast doubt on the idea that san francisco is a magnet for people who are homeless. seven in 10 said they are living in san francisco when they became homeless. early half of them have lived here for more than 10 years. most common cause is loss of a job, divorce or drugs and alcohol. 13% said they were evicted and that is a fourfold increase over four years. >> our coverage continues this morning. it may have just gotten easier for those who struggle to find housing and san francisco. >> kron4 is dan kerman shows us how san francisco took another step forward in providing additional transitional housing. >> reporter: housing our homeless, supporting our homeless is one of the toughest things that the city can and
has to do. >> reporter: the san francisco mayor announced the opening of the second navigation center for the homeless located in the old civic center hotel. >> the service we provide will help hundreds of people over the next two years have that runway, that space to rebuild their lives. >> reporter: officials hope to have similar success with this temporary transition housing facility as they have with the first center. >> the 83% of the people who have come through the center have landed into permanent housing. >> reporter: the focus of the news conference was not just on housing, but letting homeowners and business owners know they are not turning a blind eye on homeless encampments. >> i am happy to announce the formation of an encampment in for steam for mac likely to be made up of homeless reach out workers and police staff will hit the streets in may -- mid-
august. >> we are not going to be criminalizing people on the streets, we are not going to be asking people to move without having a place for them to go. programs like this and our existing shelters and some other ideas that we are working on are going to create places where people can go and essentially be triaged and figure out how we can help them get into at least a longer-term shelter, but hopefully into permanent supportive housing. >> reporter: officials say they recognize the status quo is not good for anyone. >> it is not safe for those in the encampments and it is not healthy or a human way for us to address the problem of homelessness.>> reporter: additional details about this response team are expected in the weeks ahead. >> roughly 7000 homeless people are going to be looking for a place to sleep tonight in san francisco. most of them will not find one
indoors.>> reporter: spencer blake introduces us to one woman who is helping people find stability. >> reporter: three years ago regina had worked as a receptionist at a medical group until she came back from disability leave to find out someone else had been given her job. she was given a 30 day notice to work without for apartment. she ended up unemployed and homeless. >> you feel like everyone is looking at you and my kids were say don't tell people we are homeless and they had a stigma behind it. they didn't feel good. >> reporter: for the next several months she and her family stayed at friends homes and in shelters. she decided to pull herself up by her bootstraps at the library. >> this is my job and i have to research my way out of this. mac that included ways to get free clothes and found out how to get a library card to get free tickets to the zero and she also applied for jobs. she eventually landed two jobs.
now she is helping other families. >> it keeps us comfortable, gives us hope for a brighter future and gives us inspiration. people like regina she feels where we are coming from. >> reporter: things got better they are on a five-year plan with a home subsidy plan. while she works to get others on their feet she said she wants everyone to know that homelessness is not a disease. >> when you go by a person that ,it is loe, oeo3- ,it is
options left, homelessness does not hope to be -- have to be homeless. >> we will be covering this all this week. stay tuned for news stories on kron4 as we join forces with dozens of other media outlets. time now is 9:24 and coming up a major recall to tell you about. millions of toyota cars are being recalled for two separate issues. we will tell you if your car is impacted next on kron. and a live look outside at the approach to the bay bridge. we have a lot more fog and clouds so the coast will feel some relief from the heat.
small crack that could cause the airbags to inflate unexpectedly and send pieces flying. about 3 million other cars are being recalled for a fuel tank issue. it involves pre-us, corolla, lexus. they were made between 2006 and 2015. toyota has not received reports of injuries or deaths. it is 9:28 and i had our focus on the plight against homelessness in the bay area. the new proposal that would make it easier for police to remove tenant cities where homeless gather. we will talk to a homeless advocate to see what san francisco is doing to find a solution to the problem. ♪
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cover. this is the overcast and there is hope not too far away. obviously a lot of aggressive fog overnight. watch the erosion on the shoreline. 9:30 just about to open. it's a different story downtown san francisco. temperatures at 74 antioch, 67 concord, 57 oakland, 60 hayward. the temperatures contrast from yesterday. doing a good job for the inland valleys. we were a degrees warmer this time yesterday, east bay shoreline not bad either. we credit this to the fact of the fog. temps zipping through the 80s to near 90s in many spots. we will see the bay in the
upper 60s, chilly at the coast and as we approach the weekend a little bit of morning drizzle is possible over the holiday weekend. hopefully the traffic is mixing out. here is robin. >> it is not looking for folks trying to get into san francisco. we have this overturned crash on city street. this is backing up on the bay bridge. it is an overturned meter truck. emergency crews are on scene. this is eight street between harrison and bryant. the one block stretch is closed. for those of you trying to get into san francisco it will be stop and go on the skyway. that is backed up onto the suspension. it was already slow approaching the pay gate.
right now your average drive time 21 to 25 minutes from the maze over to the skyway. our focus on the plight of the homeless in the bay area continues. kron4 joining forces with media outlets to shine a spotlight on the problems. >> dan kerman shows us how homeless advocates show how san francisco is doing.>> reporter: finding homeless people in san francisco is not difficult to do. the most recent survey in 2015 found 3500 people living on the street any given night. that is down 1000 from toward -- 2002. >> we are basically housing about 6000 people who are homeless. that has helped our numbers to go down slowly. it obviously has not been enough. >> reporter: jennifer with the coalition of homelessness says part of the problem has been budget cuts at the state and
federal level. >> most recently enforced with the driving up event we have seen huge numbers of people be displaced. our efforts locally have not kept up with the rate. mac she says a an increasing problem of drug addiction and mental health among the homeless continues to make the problem worse. >> they don't have housing and those health issues deteriorate. we have now is a population in san francisco that is a lot sicker and really a lot more at risk. >> reporter: she has concerns about whether the city has enough units for people to transition into. she does note a change in the cities attitude. >> a part of the culture is to make it as uncomfortable as possible for them to disappear. i finally there is recognition that that philosophy is failed and that we need to engage people and services. the homeless department is coming together with that idea.
we love the fact that we are hope -- focusing on insulin homelessness. >> reporter: july 1 the city will put all of its agencies under one department. they think this will help tackle the problem. >> a proposed ballot measure in san francisco would impose a new tax on tech firms to pay for affordable housing. a supervisor says the measure would generate about $120 million a year. the measure targets the perception that an influx and well-paid tax workers has fueled rising housing costs and increased evictions. the measure requires six votes from members of the board of supervisors to get on the november ballot and then it needs a two thirds majority support by voters to win approval. the senate has approved a $2 billion bond to build permanent housing for mentally
ill homeless people. it will use money for existing fund financed by attacks on millionaires that voters approved in 2004. it requires counties to provide services to people with state aid. governor. brown has endorsed it. the bill goes to the assembly. a federal housing officials estimate more than 29,000 homeless californians living with serious mental illness last year. >> we are taking a closer look at a measure that will be on the ballot in november. it would allow police to remove encampments. >> spencer blake spoke with the coalition and people that are living on the streets about this measure that they say will not end the problem. mac the homelessness problem is not going anywhere in san francisco, but the tent cities might be depending on a vote this fall. the supervisors plan would let
police clear out encampments as long as they provide written notice 24 hours ahead of time. the city would have to offer a bed or shelter before telling people to move. >> we cannot police ourselves. >> reporter: the coalition on homeless crisis is not rinsing words. >> this is an anti-homeless law. we have plenty of those. >> reporter: under the proposal law enforcement could seize personal items that belong to people in homeless camps that would have 90 days to claim them. homeless people we talked to were already upset about the policy. >> i can't figure out what i am supposed to do if i can't abandon my stuff for a while to look for a job or you come back and everything you had is gone. >> reporter: the coalition listed several problems with the idea. first they say it is a social issue that should not be handled by police. they also say it is punitive a
violation of rights and ineffective. >> they will do a sweep, but since there is nowhere to go people shift a block away.>> reporter: kelly cutler says the were offer of a bed or shelter for campers would not work because it would take a spot away from one of the 800+ people who are on shelter weightless. is there a better option to clean up the streets? >> i would reduce money is being spent on enforcement policies and that money being transferred over to a policy that provides affordable and supportive housing.>> reporter: the budget for housing still isn't growing. the number of homeless is. more than 6000 people are living on the streets. >> we will be covering this all this week. stay tuned to kron4. we will be right back.
happening today the teen accused of murdering another student on a hiking trail in may. a reporter is in the north bay with the latest. mac court is about to get underway and we should soon find out whether these things will speak up and enter a plea. this is video from an earlier court appearance where you can see the teenagers sitting with their attorneys. they are both facing some serious charges. bda has charged them with murdering a fellow student on a trail. they were also charged with trying to kill and another man. the motive is still unclear. there has been some reports that it involved a sexual
assault, but we may find out more details. deputies continue to search for this man his brother a known gang member who is accused of using a machete on the victims in this crime. certainly much more to come on this case, we will be posting updates on facebook. 9:41 and coming up another win for the a's in a marathon game and the team making a big push for harrison barnes. a live look at a very dirty camera. that is something over the clouds. it looks like dirt. a shot of s of oh and a little breeze. i would call ahead if you are catching a flight. we will be right back.
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>> good morning. so the a's beat the giants again. >> that was a wild game. >> i like getting. i enjoy hitting, but for three hours and 53 minutes it is a little much. >> they have had a tough season and the giants have been riding high. there was a electricity in the park. >> how does that happen when you have the a's, the, i'm sorry be giants the third-best team and they are doing amazing. >> i keep saying it is true if you play 162 games you will have things that break the form. hopefully for the a's that gives them a little left. i can't emphasize this enough, that is the thing about
baseball. football you play once a week so you get going and every game you analyze and go back and forth. you play this many games in baseball and another couple of days all of this could leave you. >> you just put it to bed. the 76ers are seriously looking at harrison. they are ready for friday when he hits the market. the warriors want him but if they were to get kevin durrant they don't have the money. >> absolutely. if you don't have anything better, someone looks good to w3 you. >> i guess it is a waiting game. katie would have to come through first. >> what they have isç restrictive free agent so if philadelphia makes him an offer the warriors would have an offer to match it. the connection to philadelphia that is why there is always -that is what we do is throw
things out. the guy who picks the olympic coach, his son is the general manager of philadelphia. for those that are asking how did he get in the olympic team? that is at least one theory. >> you want to talk olympics, it is just weeks away, the police are already there ready to greet people and they have a sign. the sign does not say your name on it, it says they are looking for donations. at the airport they are holding a sign that says if you come to rio you will not be safe. they are holding that sign. gary, the police department has no money so they can't file police department -- paper. the olympic committee cut money for the budget for security. >> why did they do that? >> they don't have the money.
they are battling legal -- zika, pleaded -- polluted water. >> you look at istanbul yesterday and you think he wants to get on an airplane and go to another country and i know you say you can't let them when, i'm just telling you if you have a family do you want to take them to the olympics? >> that is the problem. this is another black eye for what will be exciting for a lot of people then you look at the old glory days and see kaitlyn chana are on the front of sports illustrated talking about back in 1976 when i was bruce and i won the decathlon. she has the gold medal. >> that came out today, right? >> yes. i didn't know that when bruce jenner was working out that he trained at city college. >> i didn't know that. that is right in my wheelhouse. and his wife at the time worked
to support him and he had a group of people and san jose, kind of like sponsors. they would pay so you can workout full time. we will back you financially. >> he talked also about doing the decathlon and the ultimate display of manhood and winning the decathlon he said or she at this point says there is no point or -- betterç cover then to do this masculine display of manhood. >> whatever he says or she says now, but he was the worlds greatest athlete. he was maybe when you look back i don't know he might have been the last guy who really came out of the olympic games and made a career out of it. remember the swimmer? they spent the rest of their lives in those days they are were four channels -- there
were four channels and now it is a different deal. people don't sit there as a family and watch the olympics. >> you brought up mark, the only swimmer i can name other than michael phelps. they are not out altogether, but they lost their trials for individual races. missy franklin. >> you got me laughing. when you said missy elliott. >> we are not going to know any of the swimmers. >> the only ones i feel a little funny for is if you train all these years and this is your big moment and now you've got people saying who wants to go there and it's unsafe and the water and
everything. >> the shot is ruined. >> it is like anything else i think once the games began there will be a few moments that jump out and capture everyone's attention. >> people like to watch stuff they don't watch otherwise, they love the dead left. here is a sport i think people would watch. beach medicine volleyball with a medicine ball. apparently football players, this is how they train. you have to see it. they are playing volleyball. >> you ever tried to catch one of those? it is not easy. >> it is good for your core. would you watch this? >> these are football players. >> the pittsburgh steelers. they do this at training camp. >> he is the guy who made the ball. >> can you believe it?
that would kill me. this is a real thing called danny ball. >> that is what it's called. >> it is a real thing so you can do this and get that core workout. >> there's the guy that invented it. >> that is the one thing coming on with you i learned a little something. >> and you will sit on that bed. okay. see you later.
suspected. a teenage girl is dead and another in critical condition after they were hit by a car while they were walking in the middle of the day in oakley. they were walking along the curb because there is no sidewalk. they were hit by a car that had been spotted driving erratically. two women and four children were killed in a fiery crash just outside of los angeles. to fathers who were also inside the van tried to get their wives and children out were not able to because the van corrupted into flames. the families were from san francisco and daly city. the fourth of july as you know is coming up fast and firefighters are worried about illegal fireworks has we have a for -- a high fire danger. not every community allows the safe and sane fireworks. kron4 was in dublin yesterday and they are legal and for sale.
even though they are called safe and sane they can be dangerous. over the past five years 2500 fires have been sparked by fireworks burning thousands of acres. before you by fireworks make sure they are legal where you live and also make sure you have a bucket of water or and a house in case something goes wrong. stay at a safe difference. join us for the fireworks show. you can catch our live show on the kron4 with coverage starting at 9 pm on monday. we will be live. definitely the best seat. it will depend a lot on the weather and we will be watching that as we get closer. >> hopefully the fog will not roll back during the evening. that is it for this morning pete --. thank you for joining us. >> stay connected with us anytime kron4.com and social
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